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Get Schooled: Homeschooled Kids Get Classroom Experience

I walked into Williamsburg Christian Church on Tuesday expecting to see a small group of kids gathered to play games or share lessons. What I found was a fellowship, and…

W&M Asks Students, Staff to Prepare For Earl

In anticipation of severe storm conditions, The College of William & Mary is asking students to stay home tonight.…

Judge Grants Injunction To Halt Ukrop’s Auction, Fixture Sale

  An employee loads groceries for a customer in this file photo of the Ukrop’s on Mooretown Road. A York-Poquoson Circuit Court judge granted an injunction today that halts attempts…

W&M Men’s Hoops Draws U.Va., North Carolina, Syracuse

Two victories against ACC opponents helped William and Mary secure its second ever National Invitation Tournament bid last season. The Tribe will get their shot at encore. The Tribe will…

What You’ll Do: Sept. 3-5

Even with forecasts of rain, this weekend should be a good, long one. Relax and squeeze the last bit of summer out of the weekend before the kids head back…

Wittman Talks Issues With York Conservatives

Rep. Rob Wittman rallied York County conservatives to help America recognize what he called “simple truths” during a coffeehouse forum Tuesday night. Wittman, running for re-election to represent Virginia’s 1st…

Prime Outlets Sold

The sale of Prime Outlets Williamsburg to Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group was finalized Tuesday.  …

Add Juggling to List of Tribe Lineman’s Skill Set

As he scrambled to find something unusual about himself, Keith Hill Jr. found a ball in the corner of his room. That’s when the William and Mary senior left tackle…

Tunnel Vision: Stop the Disappearing Lane Interlopers

I have one small, guilty pleasure on my sometimes torturous drive from Williamsburg to Old Dominion University. On the way home each day, three lanes of traffic become two just…

Ex-Tribe Star Sumner Signs Basketball Contract in Finland

Former William and Mary men’s basketball standout Danny Sumner signed a professional contract Tuesday to play with Karhu Kauhajoki in Finland’s top division, the Korisliiga. Sumner becomes the fifth former…